This week, I had the great opportunity to join Guy Timberlake in Minneapolis to discuss the impacts of the 2018 NDAA on small businesses. It was a wonderful event (made all the better by the fabulous participants and presenters).
Minneapolis was fun, but it’s nice to be home. Hopefully you’re gearing up for a lovely weekend (perhaps with a little bit of pool time reserved). Before you punch out completely, let’s check out the latest in the world of government contracting. In this week’s edition of the SmallGovCon Week in Review, we take a look at Washington Technology’s new podcast focused on the future of government contracting, a lawsuit in which a contractor allegedly falsely overcharged the U.S. Navy for ship husbanding services, and more.
Enjoy, and we’ll see you back here next week!
- Washington Technology launches “Project 38,” a podcast that discusses the future of government contracting [Washington Technology]
- The General Services Administration wants to make it easier for federal and state agencies to quickly acquire a broader array of cybersecurity services [Nextgov]
- United States settles lawsuit alleging that a contractor falsely overcharged the U.S. Navy for ship husbanding services [U.S. Department of Justice]
- An audit of two Army Contracting Command centers in Redstone, Alabama, and Warren, Michigan, revealed The Department of Defense must increase its efforts in order to meet small business subcontracting goals [Small Business Trends]
- A civilian employee at Picatinny Arsenal admitted his role in a scheme that traded bribes and other gratuities for favorable treatment on government contracts [TAPinto.net]